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Hint: Decorative Rowhouses Knocked Down for the Kids

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Built in the mid-1800s, these three-story rowhouses, designed by a famous architect and constructed on land owned by a wealthy New York family, were coveted for their deep front yards and decorative iron balconies. They stood for just over a century, ultimately being torn down so a much less aesthetically pleasing building could be built for the children. Do you know where these buildings were and what stands there today?
· Cornerspotter archives [Curbed]